You can create actions in one of the various languages Action Network supports by choosing the language you want to use from the language dropdown menu in the upper right corner of the screen when editing or creating an action.
Action Network also supports making actions in English, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Indonesian, Japanese, Moldovan, Portuguese, Romanina, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, and Welsh. If you'd like to help us add another language of your choice, contact us.
You can edit the action's language at any time after it's published. Actions in a specific language will have the pieces of text in our user interface automatically translated. You're responsible for translating the pieces you can edit, such as the petition's title or autoresponse email.
For call campaigns, the robot recordings will play in the preferred language of the caller (if that language is supported by Twilio). The preferred language can be set via uploads, or when an activist takes action. Example: if a caller signs a petition in Spanish, their preferred language will be set to Spanish.
If you want to publish an action in more than one language you'd make two actions, each set to a different language.
Activists who take action will have the language of the action marked in their record as their preferred language. Unsubscribe pages will be displayed to them in that language and you will be able to target email to them based on language preference.